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Asus Eee Pad Transformer: Sells out on first day

by apple12345    Apr 28, 2011, 1:44 AM

If not for the keyboard/dock, most would have mistaken it for one of the two other new Honeycomb tablets we acquired in the last week. iPad sales numbers not withstanding, there are still quite a few who simply prefer the tactile to the abstract.[url=http://www.laptopspark.com]netb ook[/url] It's familiar and thereby comforting, I think.

Hi i just want to know reviews about this product from anyone who has one as i was looking to buy. What are pros/ cons?
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This week, we received the Asus Eee Pad Transformer tablet. Like with most new tablets that enter this building, it was immediately pounced on by a pack of ravenous wolves group of my coworkers.

What made the Transformer's debut more exciting than most was its primary claim to fame and origin of its namesake: the keyboard/dock accessory.

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